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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

DELAWARE COUNTY CREAMERY Write at once for circulars and special offer to first purMawars Copty Creamery Co ., BKXT 0 N HARBOR , MICH . B Raises all the Cream between themilkings . Saves = 3 tbe labor . InLTeasesyield of butter ; improves quality , quadruples valne of skim milk . Will pay ( or itself twice or more every season . Cooley System is the only uniform dairy method in existence . Send for Circular , aiaiifr , 199 Lake st ., Chicago . MA Funk slmproved 11 CALF FEEDER ¦ | K I is the only one that gives geniH 11 oral satisfaction , 5000 already Hi ll UBe * - ^ - one or setul ^ or WM . HANKE , Iowa City , IE -. Breeder of Thoroughbred Holstcin-Fi-lesiau Cattle . 40 males and females for sale at very low jpriees . Also a few Grades for sale . Correspondence solicited . THE GRAND RAPIDS HERD . Holstein-Friesians . * mi && i 3 $ ® - About 100 head of both sexes and all ages . Several head of Bulls Ready for Service , TJp to two years old . Choice Cows and ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

About Selecting Cockerels . Some farmers think that as long as they have a rooster with the hens they will get all the eggs they desire for hatching purposes , but they do not stop to consider that the rooster is the most important member of the flock . He is important in more ways than one . In the first place he will transmit to the chicks any of the scrub qualities he may possess , and as his pullets may be intended for the next season s laying , his influence does not end with a single term . Al though the hens should be meritorious also , yet each individual will be confined to her own off-spring , but the rooster will be the sire of the chicks from all the hens . No matter how fine the flock of hens may be , the rooster will destroy all the advantages expected of their progeny unless he is fully up to the standard of all that tends to elevate the character of the stock , and thereby render it more profitable in the future . He should be an early hatched bird , in order that he...

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APIARY , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

APIARY , Starvation in Winter . During the first warm days tho i , will take advantage of the opportunit , 7 clean out the hives , but if thev rel- ° inside it means that somethin . is wii Tap on the hive , if consisting ^ aS mon box , and they will give indication ^ activity , and if no sound is heard nor t »» seen , it is a true warning that you have starved them . We know that some 1 , 7 . keepers , when they have literally robbwi the bees to an extreme limit , will over look their own vandalism and retire with the consolation that the bees pcrishe . from cold , but bees do not perish so easily when they have plenty of food . Thev will cluster together , and create animal heat sufficient for all purposes , and if given any chance at all will pass throuirh a severe winter , provided they have enough honey , but a short supply 0 f honey soon makes havoc among theni There is another method of starving bees , which , though not direct robbery is not very far from it . It is to place ...

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Letters and Answers [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Letters and Answers ¦_ hnson & Bt . kem . S 19 Market St ., Philadelphia . Are they reliable ? - / .. M ., Bothwell , Ont . .-They are . Bronze Turkeys . —Where will be the best ,, iRre in Illinois to get purely bred Bronze turt ^ -F . E . W ., Milton , III -Some one answer . Mrwrcnce , Webster & _ • . —Is the firm reliable ? - ^ . W . B ., Fnochville , N . C . -We would not run their advertisement If we did not think so . Electric Pad . —Please inform me If the Electric Pad Manufacturing Company , 564 State St ., Brooklyn , N . 7 ., is reliable . —J . P ., MeCook , m . —Will some one answer ? A Swindle- —Can you Inform me il the Louisiana State lottery Company is a genuine affair , or if it is simply a swindle?— - . X , Bockledge , Fla . -It is a swindle , as are all lotteries . New Giant Trimordeau Pansy . — I notice in your paper of January 30 advertisement of the New Giant Trimardeau Pansy . Where can it , be had and what price per package assorted?—J . V...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

COftAfl A year In Bees , no stings , on New Plan . ^)_ UUU Free . K . P . KIDDEB , Burlington , Vt . < fl » 9 Per 13 . « Y < fc • and B . S . Polish Eggs . < jp _ J Circular . J . LEE MAHIK , Muscatine . Iowa . CHOICE POULTBY-Write for Price-list anil Circular . MBS . A . W . LEHMANH , Neosho , Dodgo Co ., Wis . MAMMOTH SUNFLOWER «¦?___ _* food . Big pkt 10 c silver . 0 . A . Smith , Clearwater , Minn . BUFF COCHINS EXCLUSIVELY . -ggatl . 25 pcrl 3 . J . D . HESS , Griggsvllle . 111 . EGGS from ^ even varietiesof Landand Water Fowls . Stock No . 1 . Satisfaction guaranteed . Circulars free . T . H . NORMAN , Palura , Ky . WYANDOTTE . B . JAVA . S . C . B . LEGHOBN , and Lt . Brahma Eggs and Fowls for sale . Send stamp for price , etc . J . Jl . SK 1 NNEB , Fulton , Mieli . W \ J £ LilWTia !_ D ! BY COLUMBIA CO . POULTRY YARDS , tho address of all who desire fine poultry . Send us your address and receive onr tine Catalogue for 1086 . DB . \ V . A . C...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Oak Grove Poultry Yards . I __¦_ 1 EGGS I jfi ^\ XmmmW J EGGS | V || l ^^^ B / $ 3 for 13 . \ MmMmmW ^^ mmWr $ 5 for 26 . \ sw \ WW ^ _ E 3 CTJ 3 > aT BROS ,, G-reenxnT-ood , XU ., BltKEDKBS AND SHIPPERS OF WYANDOTTES & LANGSHANS . Write for Prices . Circular Free . ATPli CHICKS BY QTCAM U ¦ I ¦ ¦ ¦ With the Most Perfect ondSucceM- B « ¦ T U MM M I U || mi Imitation of the Hen . \ M | Ian | HHHHHB • FOEXaB OH .- __ . IG- HBHaailVI M FOLDING INCUBATOR . Ill Simnlloltv Itself . Nolamps to explode . No batteries , clockwork , regulators , egg-drawers , or othercontrlvances to set out of order . No cost or experience , and very little labor and time Tn operating . Needs nu watchln . Hatches all fertile eggs . The upper portion folds back like tho lid of a trunk . The eirgs are mm ™™~ ° mmm ^^^^ mmmmmmmm , placed In a nest on natural soil In tlie lower portion and receive the neeBBmmmmmma ** _¦¦ Mt essaryheatfrornatsnkofwarmwaterlntnelld . Proper heat ls main- ^ Qx...

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FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

FARM . FIELD AND STOCKMAN Published , weekly . Subscription Price , $ 1 . 30 per year , in advance , including our free Seed Distribution to each subscriber . Single numbers , five cents . Subscriptions may be sentdircctto the office , or given to any Postmaster or Subscription Agent . Changes . —Subscribers wishing to change their Pofrtolficu address must send their former as well as the address to which they wish their paper sent Remittances . —Money may be sent at our risk by postal note , money order , express order , in a registered letter , or ky draft payable in New York or Chicago , or by express . Correspondence . —We invite correspondence on subjects of interest to our readers , fer either the Farm or Home Departments , but respectfully request that , all such articles shall be short and concise . Please write on one side of paper , and put business matters on separate sheet . Discontinued . —Tho FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is aiway- discontinued at the expiration of the tim...

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Do Not Plant Too Thick . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Do Not Plant Too Thick . Several who have received our Free Seed Distribution and planted the seeds , write us that every seed grew , and consequently , as they had planted them in the usual manner , they had to thin them out . This is a waste ot seed . As most oi the varieties we send out are rare and somewhat costly novelties , wc would advise thin planting , so that every seed will have a chance to produce a plant . WHAT WE GIVE SUBSCRIBERS , Every person who will subscribe or renew his subscription to the FARM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN is entitled tjo a membership certificate in the Economy Club , good for one year , and to twenty packets of our choice seeds , all rare and valuable novelties , worth in themselves the subscription price . There is nothing shoddy about this offer . Everything will be found straight and reliable . Tell your neighbor about it . DID YOU BENEW FOR FIFTY CENTS ? If you are one of those who renewed under the former publishers 60-cent offer , you can have you...

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Why Not [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Why Not have a very choice pair of Pigs , a Creamer , a Harness or a Brooder , etc ., when you can get either for nothing but a little labor in the good work of extending the circulation of what hundreds of our subscribers have written us is the best agricultural and farm paper in the country , the FARM , FIE _ D AND STOCKMAN . As you will be amply paid for your work in the commissions we allow club raisers , if you win one of the special premiums it will positively cost you nothing . When the announcement of the winners is made next November , you will be surprised to see how small the clubs are which take the special premiums . In . addition to the offers made in our February 27 and March 13 issues , we are authorized to announce the following : NEW YORK OFFER . The Sherwood Harness Co ., of Syracuse , N . Y ., offer one of their Steel Plow Harnesses to the person who will send tbe largest club of subscribers to the FABM , FIELD AND STOCKMAN from New York State . This harness is a...

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Economy Club and Binder Twine . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Economy Club and Binder Twine . The agent of the Club is investigating the binder twine matter and will be able to quote definite prices soon . We expect to save thousands of dollars to members of the Economy Club who own Harvesters . In the mean time the agent wishes a report from our readers of the price paid for the same and the quality usually sold in the country .

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A Woman Homesteader , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

A Woman Homesteader , It is no uncommon thing for women to enter homestead claims . Many a woman has thus secured her first real pecuniary independence . Some have gained health and prolonged life thereby . But Sparks , in his furor for certain kinds of reform is no respecter of sex . An interesting illustration is offered by an instance related in a Washington paper . It seems Miss Cleveland received a touching letter from a young woman in Northern Dakota , who has located a homestead there , and whose patent is withheld like the rest . She wrote Miss Cleveland that she had filed her claim and fulfilled all the requirements of the law and h % d invested in it about $ 500 , which represented the savings from her salary as school teacher for several years . Last spring she commuted her claim by paying $ 200 to the Receiver of the landoffice , who informed her that at the end of a certain time she could call and get her patent . She wrote that on the date the receiver had suggested sh...

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Senator Wm . Pitt Frye . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Senator Wm . Pitt Frye . The death of Senator Miller , of California , makes vavant the chairmanship of the Foreign Relations Oommitte . Senator Frye , of Maine , according to usage , will succeed to the place . Mr . Sherman is second on the Committee , but is President pro tern , of the Senate . Mr . Edmunds who is third , is chairman of the Judiciary Committee Mr Evarts , having once been Secretary of State , would seem to have a peculiar fitness for the position , but he comes after Mr . Frye on the list . Our foreign relations , as far as affected by tho Senate , could hardly be in abler hands than those of the Maine Senator . While from the fact of his representing a maritime State he will be fully alive to all our shipping interests , at the same time he is known to favor an American continental allliance as a better protection against any possible European encroachments , and to be especially committed to the policy of arbitration in the settlement of international difficulti...

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Market Reports—How Made . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Market Reports—How Made . I do not understand market reports as published hi papers . Bay for instance : How do you get the quotations given each week in your valuable paper ? Are they prices taken from actual dealers on actual sales , or are they governed somewhat by the board of trade ? I would be much pleased if you would give a description of the grain and live stock business of Chicago in detail . Also the workings of the board of trade , and what influence it has in connection with actual business sales . Tell us the business transactions connected with a load of oats or hoes from the time they are received on track there , until they are either sold to consumers or ready for shipment to other markets . This is a matter which I think would interest all farmers , not that they would have any desire to risk any dealings with the board of trade , but they can better understand the markets . Martinsburg , la . Q . B . E . —We get our live stock markets from transactions at the sto...

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Why Organize ? [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Why Organize ? ihe _ , oonomy Club have performed their part to the extent that even our nrst-class manufacturers are coming in as members . The Club can make it an object for them to do so . Merchants are tmding that a buyer here in the city who keeps posted on goods and prices knows where to put his hands on goods at lower rates than one who only visits the citv once a year . . Again , the Economy Club buyer entering a store means : Cash for your goods ™ fer e o very a ^ -cturer or wholesaler prefers cash for his goods as surely as the r » ST r * r efer 8 „? asl 1 for Hs Produce , rather than sell it on time , or even for goods . We earnestly urge the rapid formation strentrl S ^ C ^ ad - ds itS additH erf u 7 frn ™ \ or S anli ! a * ion a ^ ady powerful from-its extensive membership Manufacturers , mechanics , coal compal ttrii . 1 « T ££ B ? nd D / arly a 11 classes *»?« their Unions and combine to brine about results of financial importance ™! fer Wh y ? ottte farmer ? One doub...

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Give Him a Monument , [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Give Him a Monument , A Nebraska philanthrophist thinks a monument should be erected to the inventor of oleomargarine , if he be dead , but if living he wants him killed immediately so the column may be put up without delay . The French chemist who discovered the principles through whicli all this difficulty of bogus butter has arisen may yet go down to / posterity through a column . Put it in a dry atmosphere so the column may not disintegrate . ¦

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Alcoholic Value of a Bushel of Corn . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Alcoholic Value of a Bushel of Corn . Under this head we find some valuable facts and computations by- the Milling World . It is instructive to see how considerable a profit can be realized out of 30 cents worth of corn . Trace a bushel of corn , suggests the writer , from the field to the drinker s glass . The farmer has , probably , worked two hours in raising a bushel of corn . At any rate an average price on the farm , for the whole country , is not far from 30 cents . Suppose that is what the bushel of corn is sold for and that he spends the 30 cents for two drinks . He thus parts forever with his corn . What has he to keep for it ? Perhaps merely a headache ; perhaps the memory of some foolish word or deed ; perhaps some conscience-hardening slip which borders so closely upon wrongdoing as to leave him ; forever after , weaker morally ; perhaps some hasty , angry or unreasonable speech or act which may have cost him a friend ; perhaps thereby injuring a near friend or relation...

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portable Grist and Feed Mills . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

portable Grist and Feed Mills . The out we give shows the Kaestner patent mill with best quality French burrs , dressed , balanced and ready for operation . The difficulty in grinding with French burrs heretofore was in adjustment . This difficulty seems entirely overcome in this mill , and its durability , perfect grinding and fast work is fully guaranteed , as well as ease and surety of operation . There is no setting or adjusting necessary . As soon as toe shafts are dropped into their bearing the burrs are ready for operation , and toe bed or stationary stone , being ¦ perfectly balanced and self-adjusting , always remains in perfect face with the runners . The manufacturers , Chas . Kaestner & Co ., may be addressed at 303-311 South Canal St . . o ¦¦ ¦ Consumers Harness and Saddle Co . This new and enterprising firm seem inclined to fill a place long wanted , by which saddlery , harness , etc . } may be supplied to farmers and others m the country , at wholesale rat...

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Editorial Notes . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

Editorial Notes . —Winter grain , clover and timothy in Virginia are not in as good condition as in January . —Prince Bismarck s spirit monopoly bill has been rejected by a committee of the Reichstag . A case of tagging whisky reich oil to beer . —The Economy Club is a great Farmers Co-operative Association , through which farmers can buy any class of goods at wholesale prices . Are you a member ? —Seronimo s Apaches are out on another scalping raid . These Indians are contagious Bury them underneath six feet of stiff clay . — Should Farmers Combine for their Mutual Benefit was one of the topics at the Dodgeville , Wis ., Institute . No more important subject could be discussed . It should result in action . Organize Farmers Economy Clubs . —For $ 1 . 50 you can get the FABM , t IELD AND STOCKMAN one year of fiftytwo numbers , a membership in toe Economy Club and twenty packets of seeds , if you who have not renewed and your neighbors knew how valuable these offers ? je , you would ...

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A Look at Florida . [Newspaper Article] — Farm, Field, and Stockman — 20 March 1886

A Look at Florida . ( Concluded from first page . ) is inducing rapid settlement , and the planting of thousands of acres of new groves in the Southern portions of the State . The Indian River Country has many ; large bearing groves , snd every year is adding to the vast area now under cultivation . The State is now full of prospectors seeking for eligible locations and the introduction of Northern energy is converting these barren wastes into beautiful homes . There are , however , thousands of people in the North who have been DUPED BY LAND SHAKES , or schemers who have bought up worthless tracts , of which there are thousands of acres , and platted them into lots . The maps of these paper towns by tens of thousands have been sent through the North . These overdrawn pictures of fortunes in tho near future awaiting all investors have induced large sales of utterly worthless land in Florida . No man should invest a dollar here without a personal examination of the land , the facilit...

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